Learning from the best is a great way to achieve your own success. Why invent the wheel when you can learn how to avoid the mistakes others have already made on their way to success. I consider Sir Richard Branson one who has made it and always find reading his information inspiring.
I really like #5 – Don’t give up
I was recently telling a friend how I learned to jump at the age of Grade 3 from the 3 meter board at the local swimming hole. I can still see myself climbing up and down the ladder to the board for an hour. I’d climb up, walk onto the board and then with my head hung low, walked back to let others jump. Eventually, after an hour, I did jump. It was such a thrill. I swam back to the shore and kept on jumping for another hour. I had so much fun and that feeling of pride was just fantastic.
Now, I use this memory to help me when I things don’t go as I had planned. It might take a few minutes or a few hours, but if I persist I will get there.
- Follow your dreams and just do it
- Make a positive difference and do some good
- Believe in your ideas and be the best
- Have fun and look after your team
- Don’t give up
- Make lots of lists and keep setting yourself new challenges
- Spend time with your family and learn to delegate
- Try turning off the TV and get out there and do things
- When people say bad things about you, just prove them wrong
- Do what you love and have a sofa in the kitchen
Read the full explanations on Sir Richard Branson’s blog.
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